of indicated an increase; however, projections range from , to , peak – which has greatly affected European housing (Euroconstruct ). Construction output across the 19 countries in the Euroconstruct network is projected to fall by percent in , following an estimated decline of percent. 66th Euroconstruct Conference: European Construction Market In output is set to decline by 3 percent in both areas compared to
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